Innovative Plastics Machinery Dealer Turns a Quarter-Century Old

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Arlington Plastics Machinery, which was founded in 1988 by Jack Clarke, is celebrating its 25th year of buying, selling and repairing plastics machinery and equipment on a global scale.

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Arlignton Plastics Machinery - 25 Years

'Arlingtons longevity comes from providing quality used machinery with the support of an extensive machine shop.' - Jack Clarke, President

Arlington Plastics Machinery, which was founded in 1988 by Jack Clarke, is celebrating its 25th year of buying, selling and repairing plastics machinery and equipment on a global scale. What started as a small sales office in Elk Grove Village, with a handful of employees, has evolved into an expansive warehouse full of equipment and staffed by knowledgeable professionals. Arlington Plastics Machinery has a vast inventory of used and surplus plastics machinery, including single-screw extruders, twin-screw extruders, horizontal injection molders, granulators, shredders, and more. The company is also host to a state-of-the-art repair shop, which specializes in reconditioning and refurbishing extruders and extrusion downstream equipment.

According to President Jack Clarke, "Arlingtons longevity comes from providing quality used machinery with the support of an extensive machine shop." He went on to say, “The industry is always changing in plastics, but good equipment at a fair price is in demand in any market. The ability to test run machinery or customize it gives our customers a level of service other dealers have a hard time matching.”

About Arlington Plastics Machinery, INC.
Arlington sells a variety of used plastic processing equipment. The industry veteran also provides machinery repair and appraisal services as well as auction and liquidation services. Arlington also sells new machinery and allows customers to test run equipment before purchasing it.

Each year, Arlington Plastics expands its services. The machine reseller now offers online auctions and liquidations of plastics machinery, which allows their customer base and facilities to maximize ROI for processors.

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